ABRF MICROARRAY RESEARCH GROUP STUDY

aniya aniya at itsa.ucsf.edu
Fri Jan 7 13:22:31 EST 2000


To all investigators involved in microarray technologies:

Please note that the 1999/2000 ABRF MICROARRAY RESEARCH GROUP STUDY is
open for
submissions.  The goal of this study is to build a picture of how
microarray
technology is currently being used, including information on types of
instrumentation, protocols, staffing, funding, and throughput. 
Laboratories
using Affymetrix and cDNA related technologies can participate in this
study by
filling out a web based survey form at
http://brcweb.bio.cornell.edu/surveys/microsurvey.html.

Any academic, pharmaceutical, or commercial laboratory that uses
microarray
technologies is invited to submit data.  Both facility and individual
laboratories that use these technologies can participate in the survey. 
Microarray instrument and related manufacturers can also participate.  

An analysis of data submitted to this survey will be presented at the
ABRF2000
meeting in February 2000 (http://www.faseb.org/meetings/abrf2000) and
will then
be posted on the web. 

Please fill out the survey by Friday, January 21st, 2000
if you want your data included in this analysis of results.

We appreciate your participation in this study.


The ABRF Microarray Research Group:
George Grills, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY (chair)
Chandi Griffin, Gen. Clin. Res. Ctr., Univ. of California, San
Francisco, CA
Kathryn Lilley, University of Leicester, UK 
Aldo Massimi, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
Yongde Bao, Univ. of Virginia School of Med., Charlottesville, VA (ad
hoc)
Suzanne Sandmeyer, University of California, Irvine, CA (ad hoc)
James VanEe, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (ad hoc)


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Please direct questions about participation in this study 
to George Grills at grills at aecom.yu.edu
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